Coming out with side products like Grip & Vive made HTC lost their focus on M9... & this made many of the supporters disappointed... i'm one of them... sad...
i never buy this thing if the bezel like that
just remove the htc logo, n remove the black screen
for my opinion
just put the htc logo to the below spekear
make the "htc" dot , so the speaker come out from the logo of htc, not just horizontal like that
StarkRG, 02 Mar 2015I have the original HTC One M7. I was weary at first about Sense UI, and had been plan... moreYou could always switch the launcher and get rid of annoying things; I don't like the Sense's own launcher, so I use Apex.
vikram, 02 Mar 2015The design language of htc is always good and unique.Some problem is with large footprints of ... moreThis coming from a M8 owner: I would switch those (unnecessary, for me) front speakers for a larger display and still more compact device anytime.
I really like HTC phones and this is no exception. Although i have to say i am heading towards Samsung because they blew me away with the S6. I have a LG G3 at the moment so hopefully LG can win me over with the G4.
See the video and true
64bids and other more is faster than m8
metan, 02 Mar 2015Hello all, I am a recoverying samsungholic. I am breaking up with my samsung. With recent news... moreI have the original HTC One M7.
I was weary at first about Sense UI, and had been planning on rooting the phone and putting a stripped-down rom on it. Much to my surprise, however, I grew to like Sense.
It's already pretty light, the only major feature being the news feed screen in the home app, which can't be disabled. I was worried it would just be annoying, however I quite like it. Multiple, customizable news sources, plus a smattering of posts from your social media apps.
I don't like the Sense calendar, but it's got the google calendar on there too so I just use that. The other built-in apps are pretty good, nice and simple without many superfluous features I don't need. The clock app has stopwatch and timer, for example (yes, I realize this is pretty standard).
Really the only part about Sense I don't like but can't avoid is the inability to continuously scroll through the apps window, it displays them as a series of separate screens you need to swipe through. However I don't use it enough to really be too much of an issue, I keep my most-used apps on the desktop, occasionally grouping similar apps in folders.
I think if I ever do root the phone I'll keep SenseUI.
HTC makes robust phone ! I had the One Max ... drop from height a few times .. amazingly no problems !
HTC said that the HTC logo at the bottom of the screen is important. HTC has done it again! Making agreat phone
MoboLover, 02 Mar 2015beware of samsung enemies. Htc uses SD810 with 20 nm which is not as power efficient as Exynos... moreyeah..coupled with the heavy touchwiz with useless features only to bog down the processor and slow..it it make consume more battery also..i bet turning all the unnecessary settings of s6 will kill the battery within 6hrs or so
MoboLover, 02 Mar 2015beware of samsung enemies. Htc uses SD810 with 20 nm which is not as power efficient as Exynos... morePowerful processor? so what? you'll still experience traumaticing lag with its touchwiz
I.scorp, 02 Mar 2015be aware of some htc enemies!!!!! some people said htc M9 battery is weak but htc M9 has beigg... morebeware of samsung enemies. Htc uses SD810 with 20 nm which is not as power efficient as Exynos 7 with 14 nm and hence Exynos will definitely be powerful than 810 and also power efficient.
Display technology:- now a days you can have the touch sensors in the glass itself removing an additional layer and thus by giving true user experience. Why aren't you going in that direction.
Battery:-- have you guys done the full load testing of this thing, in actual conditions and not the ideal one?
I suggest you do it, better give the beta testing users to do it. they would be more ruthless and not so kind in giving verdict.
You must have by now crossed 3500mAH mark, poor. I am sure you don't want to brag here by comparing with Samsung s6.
Most important of all.
Now a days common user is doing huge amount of banking, shopping and surfing on mobile. 5 incher is not at all adequate by any means to do that.
6 incher is slightly too big so you need to go at least 5.5 and less than 6 incher.
Your HTC Logo at the bottom of the screen, can you make it more prominent somewhere else, it is taking up more precious space for display.
In continuation with my previous personal opinion.
1) RAM, even new comer like ASUS with zenfone 2 has become worlds first to give 4 GB RAM in about $300 phone why cant you guys do it with charging so much?
2) you have expandable card slot but you need to increase in built memory from 32 GB to 64 or 128. Internal memory is always faster that card, no brainer here.
3) add 2 slimline speakers to the side of the phone and one at the back to make it 5 speaker system.
Hairline speakers can be easily put.
4) You have taken right decision to dive deep into you sense UI and start tweaking it finally to give wholesome functionality.
Dig more deeper into it, like Contacts, dialer, and SMS app. Tightly integrate it with all the basis and width covered to an extent that people don't need to download and install 3rd party apps. I agree they are free but you have your staff with you who is more than able and have ample amount of time with them for entire year to come @@@@@